Sirui T0 Series of Tripod


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Feb 18, 2012
Sirui T0-Series Tripod (Click on image for more info)

SIRUI T0-series tripod + C10 ball head are specifically designed and engineered for compact digital cameras, rangefinder cameras and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras. Light (600 to 800 grams), compact (folds to 30 cm), yet sturdy, this series provides the stability needed to take photos in low light situations and night scenes, or family photos with no one excluded.

The T0-series is ideal for use with light DSLR cameras, rangefinder cameras, mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras and compact cameras.


Light-weight and compact, available in aluminium or carbon fibre
Aluminum model available in black, blue and red
Packaged with C-10 ball head
Max loading capacity between 4kg (aluminium) to 6 kg (carbon fibre)
Head mount thread: 1/4"-20; base mount thread: 3/8"-16
Silicon twist locks
Leg warmer on two legs which facilitates handling in extreme weather conditions and help to protect the legs
Three leg-angle settings (23, 52 & 80°)
Center column hook
Well-designed padded traveling bag with shoulder strap for carrying
6-year warranty against manufacturing defects

Forging Technology
Instead of using the traditional casting processes that is typical of construction in the tripod industry, SIRUI is the pioneer to adopt the technology of forging, which can produce a piece that is stronger than an equivalent cast or machined part as the organizational structure of the metal is more welded and compacted together. In addition, forging enhances the integrity of metal grains so that they remain consistent and continuous, which allows for a longer life span as well as better performance that is unrivalled by that which is created by casting.

Anodic Surface Treatment
Anodizing surface treatment, produced by an electrolytic oxidation process to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts, is applied to increase corrosion and wear resistance, surface hardness, and enhance color durability.

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